ASUS have just launched details of their two new 3D monitors, the ASUS PG 276 measures 27 inches and is currently the worlds largest 3D monitor together with the smaller ASUS VG236H 3D monitor. Both 3D monitors are stereoscopic requiring you to wear NVIDIA’s active glasses to view.
Asus’ combination of alternate-frame sequencing and active shutter glasses doubles the screen refresh rate to 120 frames per second to produce a true 3D effect. Both the ASUS PG 276 and VG236H have 2ms response times, double-speed 120Hz refresh rates and anti-reflective ‘colour shine’ technology.
The ASUS PG 276 comes with two DVI ports, one HDMI port and one VGA port and is expected to be available to purchase in June for around $550
Via GizmodoFiled Under: Displays News, Gadgets News, Gaming News, Technology News